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Do you wish you could remember your dreams?  Here are some tips from    
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Tips To Recalling Your Dreams
Remembering your dreams will require some effort on your part. But what your dreams can offer and reveal about yourself is well worth the effort. Here are some tips in helping your dream recall:
1. Before going to bed, keep a clear mind. Having too many thoughts on your mind can distract you from remembering your dream in the morning. Tell yourself that "I will remember my dream when I wake up". This is  a proven and effective technique to help dream recall. Simply by suggesting to yourself or motivating yourself to remember your dreams will actually help you to better remember your dreams. It is important to stay positive about being a able to remember your dreams.
2. Have a regular bedtime and wake up time.  Make this your routine. Going to bed and waking up at a regular time every day aids in dream recollection.
3. Avoid alcohol consumption, taking medication before going to bed or eating fatty foods too close to bedtime as these things can hinder you from remembering your dream. 
4. Keep a pencil/notebook or tape recorder next to your bed so that it will be within reach as soon as you wake up. You want to make recording your dreams as easy a task as possible. Having a small lamp by your bedside is also a good idea should you wake up in the middle of the night and want to record your dream immediately.
5. Do not get out of bed immediately. Upon waking from a dream, lay still in your bed, keeping your eyes closed and moving as little as possible. Wake up slowly and stay relax. Hold on to the feelings you have and let your mind wander to the images of what you have just dreamt. Were you frustrated, terrified, or happy?
6. Write down as many details in your dream as you can, no matter how minute or seemingly unimportant it may be. Do not judge the content or worry if it makes sense.  The idea is to get it down on paper so you can evaluate it later. Make it a habit that this is the first thing you do. Talking about your dreams to friends or participating in forums and chats also help you remember.
7. Sometimes it may help to draw pictures. A picture is worth a thousand words, as the saying goes. Even if you are not an artist a simple drawing can help to jolt details of your dream.
8.  Learn to share your dreams and talk about them with others, no matter who seemingly insignificant. The more often you acknowledge your dreams and bring them into "reality", the easier it will be to remember them.
9. Don't get discouraged! At first, you may only remember a fragment of the dream. With practice and the more you work with your dream, the more easier it will be to recall you dreams. You will remember larger and larger chunks of your dream.  Eventually dream recall will come automatically.
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Who ordered the cold weather? I would like to return it for a 60 degree day. It would be perfect weather to snuggle under your down comforter from and have some Hot cocoa.

Here is one of the better recipes i have had
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Has the time change thrown off your sleep patterns.    Here are a couple of tips for a restful nights sleep- thanks to Dr. OZ

The 1-Hour Sleep Countdown
You can transform your dreadful sleepless nights of watching the clock into nights of deep, restful sleep with these four tips.
Dr. Oz's Tired Tea - 9:00 p.m.
Chamomile and liquid melatonin are the two main ingredients. Chamomile works as a mild tranquilizer and a sleep inducer. Along with regulating sleep, liquid melatonin boasts several advantages: It helps lower heart rate and blood pressure, increases immune function, and blocks the body’s stress response. Try adding 18 drops, which is about .5 mg, of liquid melatonin to your tea two hours before bedtime.
Lavender Steam Facial - 9:15 p.m.
Lavender is proven to reduce anxiety, a common cause of sleepless nights. Fill a bowl with 2 cups of boiling water and add 10 drops of lavender essential oil. Place your head over the bowl and drape a towel across the back of your head to keep steam in. Inhale deeply for 1 minute. Steam has been shown to improve lung and airway function, so this can help you breathe easier. You can also try this in the bathtub.

Turn Down the Heat - 9:30 p.m.
The ideal room temperature for sleeping is 65-68°F. Cooling the room will decrease your core body temperature and induce sleepiness. The Grobag Egg Digital Room Thermometer is a simple visual aid to keep your sleeping temperature optimal. When the room is at an ideal temperature, the egg gives a yellow glow.  A red hue indicates the room temperature needs to be turned down. Cooling the body helps slow down all the metabolic processes, including activity in the brain, promoting deep sleep.
Stretch - 9:45 p.m.
Exercising at night may be getting in the way of a good night’s sleep. It can suppress melatonin, and the adrenaline surge may make it difficult to relax. Stretching along with deep breathing can help relax you without raising your heart rate dramatically. It also loosens the muscles and improves circulation before sleep.
Try doing this stretch for 2 minutes: Lie down 6 inches from a headboard or a wall with your legs up extended up the wall. Let arms rest by your sides and breathe gently. You should feel a light stretch in your legs. Elevating the legs helps loosen muscles and aids in the prevention of morning leg cramps. When you have finished these stretches,  try to go to bed within 10 minutes for a deep sleep. 
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What are you thankful for?
Family, Friends, good health, puppies, Nutella, coffee, Blue sky, smell of cookies, Meat sweats, belly laugh, a good snuggle and of course

a good nights sleep on the best sheets in the world.
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The holidays are approaching fast. Make sure you stock up on towels and sheets for your house guests. Our 1500 Emerald collection will make sure they sleep through the night.
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